Let’s face it, pancakes are one of the best things around. Being able to indulge in a seemingly glutenous meal of ‘healthy’ pancakes and all the trimmings is one of the best things going.

The tastiest of protein pancakes prove that your favourite breakfast meal can be healthy and nutritious without compromising on the delicious factor. You can make protein pancakes your own, with countless toppings that just seem to work including, dark chocolate, protein sludge, berries, bananas, or nuts and seeds.

Depending on whether you like your pancakes thick or thinner, means you can squeeze in a little more extra calories by the way of more toppings and fillings.

Follow all the recipes below for some great pancakes, then browse our recommended toppings to make it feel a bit naughtier while knowing that you actually are being good.

Black Forest Pancakes

Stack your pancakes high and drizzle with dark chocolate, topped with blueberries and blackberries.

Strawberry and Toasted Coconut

Simple toppings of fresh strawberries are a perfect compliment to some warm pancakes. Add a drizzle of maple syrup to add some sweetness to the dish.

Vanilla and Blueberry Cake

When making your pancakes batter, include a small handful of blueberries into the mix when blending. Top with sugar free blueberry jam, some more whole blueberries and complete with a vanilla protein sludge for some extra sweetness.

Chocolate Pancakes with Banana Topped

Chocolate pancakes are a firm favourite, and all it requires is a scoop or two of chocolate flavoured protein powder added to the mix before making. Use two eggs also, to help balance your mix. Serve, topped with chopped bananas and a dusting of ice sugar.

Fresh Fruit and Maple Syrup

Using bananas and strawberries to top the pancakes, with the batter, use some maple syrup to help bind the mix and add an extra sweetness to the flavours within each bite.

Banana, Peanut Butter and Chocolate Chip Protein Pancakes

This is one of the best sounding pancakes on this list. You must also be wondering, how is this healthy? Using plain greek yoghurt, natural peanut butter and dark chocolate chips, these pancakes can be made healthily and topped with these ingredients for some care free indulgence.